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I did that by williegoat
Started on: 05-19-2022 01:02 PM
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The Dow has dropped more than 1,000 points per month since the beginning of the year. Inflation is over 8% and shortages now include diesel and baby food. Tain't funny, McGee.

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What happens when you move your supply chains to other countries, then start restricting trade with them.
They wont be happy until there is no value in money. Then we will all be living off hand outs from the government. Unable to do anything with out permission.
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I was hoping to retire in 2 years.
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*sigh* Maybe not.
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The current Marxist administration being fronted by a severely mentally debilitated octogenarian has already passed Jimmy Carter as the most feckless and inept presidential administration in recent history.

It is obvious now that they have their sights set on making Herbert Hoover and The Great Depression look "good" by comparison.
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Anyone who thinks the current state of affairs is due to inept leadership is naive.

All of this is planned and implemented for one goal - the destruction of America and all that it stands for.

The White House has very little to do with it, they are puppets. The puppet masters are elsewhere.

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Originally posted by olejoedad:


The White House has very little to do with it, they are puppets. The puppet masters are elsewhere.




THAT is why I was very precise in my saying:

"The current Marxist administration being fronted by a severely mentally debilitated octogenarian..."

If the forum Leftist contingent is as confused and ignorant about the use of the word "fronted" as they are so many other common English words and terms they can look it up.
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Not all that unlike the previous Marxist administration that ended on January 20, 2021, to be precise. Or at least as precise, in language and wording, as the precedent to this message.

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Originally posted by rinselberg:
Not all that unlike the previous Marxist administration that ended on January 20, 2021, to be precise.

Enlighten us. Maybe you can start a new thread listing all of the Trump Administration's Marxist/Fascist/Authoritarian actions.

Then you can start a thread listing all the good and non-Marxist actions from the Biden Admini... I mean the Bill Ayers WeatherUnderground Obama Administration.

I find it quite odd, no one wants to know where $40 billion is being spent in Ukraine... the break down.

War! Huh. (GOVERNMENT is GOD ya'll.) What is it good for? Absolute Military portfolio Stuffin!

War! Huh. (GOVERNMENT is GOD ya'll.) What is it good for? Serf grave Stuffin!

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Originally posted by WonderBoy:
I find it quite odd, no one wants to know where $40 billion is being spent in Ukraine... the break down.

The $40 billion that Congress just approved is $3 billion more (I think) than what the Biden administration originally asked for.

I do believe that the breakdown of this "mega-sized" $40 billion aid package into its various parts—how the money is going to be parceled out among the various parts of the total aid package—has been made public. The aid package comes under the purview of the State Department's Inspector Generals or IGs. It's their job to report on whether the aid that is being flowed to Ukraine is lining up with the plan that Congress just approved.

I wouldn't give credence to a single word that Rand Paul had to say about it, which is what I believe is behind this remark from WonderBoy.

I don't think that Ukraine is shaping up as another "Afghanistan", despite the administrative similarities in terms of how the military and other kinds of support is flowed and IG'd. Taking Ukraine, in comparison to Afghanistan. More differences than similarities, on the receiving end of the aid packages.

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Originally posted by rinselberg:

The $40 billion that Congress just approved is $3 billion more (I think) than what the Biden administration originally asked for.

I do believe that the breakdown of this "mega-sized" $40 billion aid package into its various parts—how the money is going to be parceled out among the various parts of the total aid package—has been made public. The aid package comes under the purview of the State Department's Inspector Generals or IGs. It's their job to report on whether the aid that is being flowed to Ukraine is lining up with the plan that Congress just approved.

I wouldn't give credence to a single word that Rand Paul had to say about it, which is what I believe is behind this remark from WonderBoy.



You believe a lot.

When it comes to the action of this administration, I want proof.
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Originally posted by olejoedad:
You believe a lot. When it comes to the action of this administration, I want proof.

Have you seen any coverage (yet) of this aid package on C-SPAN?

I don't know where else you would be looking for your proof (or disproof.)

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Originally posted by WonderBoy:
I find it quite odd, no one wants to know where $40 billion is being spent in Ukraine... the break down.


Watch this subsection of PFF. Coming soon.
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[This message has been edited by rinselberg (edited 05-20-2022).]

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Originally posted by rinselberg:

I don't think that Ukraine is shaping up as another "Afghanistan", despite the administrative similarities in terms of how the military and other kinds of support is flowed and IG'd. Taking Ukraine, in comparison to Afghanistan. More differences than similarities, on the receiving end of the aid packages.



[Cough] money laundering [/Cough]
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Both senators from my state voted against this proxy war money. We can't secure our own border but we have money to secure Ukraine? Hell no.
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